Langley RCMP are looking for a young man who kicked an ATM.

RCMP roundup: Missing a trampoline in Langley?

A Langley family found they had acquired a trampoline after a storm.

One of the recent windstorms left a Langley family with a new addition to their backyard – a full-sized trampoline.

After the Dec. 6 windstorm, the owner of a property in the 22100 block of 64th Avenue came outside to find a trampoline in his yard.

The resident has checked with his immediate neighbours and can’t find a nearby owner, suggesting the trampoline traveled a fair distance before touching down.

The Langley RCMP are asking for anyone missing a trampoline in the area to come in and describe it, and they can have their property returned, said Cpl. Holly Marks, spokesperson for the local police.


Police are looking into the theft of a kitten from a pet carrier at a local store on Oct. 24.

A woman shopping at Value Village in Langley City set down a cat carrier with three kittens inside while she walked around the store, said Marks.

One of the kittens was missing when she came back.

Police investigated and discovered that a young woman was spotted carrying a kitten. Staff told her kittens weren’t allowed in the store and asked her to leave.

She is described as a Caucasian woman wearing light orange coloured boots and black leggings, and has darker hair.

Perfume purloined

A man walked off with several bottles of perfume from a Shopper’s Drug Mart in Aldergrove on Remembrance Day, Langley RCMP say.Police believe this man may have stolen perfume bottles.

The man is described as Caucasian, in his late 20s, with short brown hair and was wearing a baseball cap, a black parka, and jeans. He was seen leaving in an older dark green Jeep Cherokee.

Cash machine kicked

The ATM at downtown Aldergrove’s branch of the Aldergrove Credit Union was damaged when a man approached it and kicked the screen on Nov. 30.

The screen and its bracket were damaged by the attack.

The suspect is thought to be 16 to 20 years old and was wearing dark-rimmed glasses, a dark baseball cap with a diamond emblem, and a blue and green checkered jacket.

Laptop lifted

Langley Mounties are seeking a man who walked off with a laptop computer from the Langley Best Buy on Dec. 11. The suspect is described as Caucasian, in his late 20s or early 30s, with dark hair and a beard. He stands about 5’10” tall and was wearing a dark hat, a white shirt, a black coat, jeans, and a chain around his neck.

Police are looking for a man who may have stolen a laptop from an electronics store.Anyone with information about any of these thefts, or who wants to get their trampoline back, should call the Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200, or to remain anonymous, call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).


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